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- August 13, 2017 at 12:36 AM in reply to: Looking for a specific plug in, dont know where to look for it. Can you help? #215992
I’m not sure about Premiere. But for After Effects, I think there is a native effect called Audio React or something. You could also try using the Convert Audio to Keyframes feature and use some expressions to control the values. There is also a plugin available from Red Giant called Trapcode Sound Keys.
When you make a gaming video you are targeting a very specific audience. Anyone else will probably not understand or have much of an interest in it. So, this is not the best place to ask. You’d be better off posting this on a video game forum and seeing what they think. But as a “gamer,” I will give you my opinion (though I’ve never played Fallout).
I’m guessing the point is to show you playing though a chaotic level and discovering something cool. For that, it works… but it’s a little slow and not engaging for an audience that tends to be more impatient and loose attention quickly. The slow fades to black are mostly unnecessary and get repetitive. Try a different transition, and maybe compress time by some other method, like speeding footage up at points to get through uninteresting parts without breaking continuity. Many people will add a voice track to narrate what’s happening in their videos too. Also, I’m really not sure why you included a bit of sound from Battlefield 3 halfway through.May 18, 2015 at 8:15 PM in reply to: Using others’ YouTube videos in your own information product video? #212309
You could always try messaging the person, explaining what you're doing, and asking them if you can use their video. They might say yes, especially if it's a small portion you want to use, or if you offer them some compensation.
Also, check the license associated with the video. YouTube has options for selecting various creative commons licenses upon uploading, so there's a small chance they chose one of those.
Sometimes I use "video" as a verb. "I'm going to video this event." "I'm videoing an event."
Unless we make another word up, I think "video" is our best option.
You should take a look at Google's attribution guidelines. I don't see anything about monetized vs unmonetized so I think it's the same for both.
From what I can tell, it's not a bad campaign. You might have some luck with this project because the subject matter of survival is pretty socially relevent right now thanks to shows and movies like The Walking Dead, etc. But I think the 1 minute teaser in the video is a bit weak because you don't show very much happening and the video quality itself isn't so great. If you can show some more content that would be good. Even just stills of locations or something to use as b-roll over interviews to cover the cuts between interviewees. People want to know what they're giving their money to. You have NESCom's entire EDC at your disposal, right?